The Easton Public Library’s summer reading program kicked off on June 16, and the Library has been buzzing with activity.

Children and teens can register either in the Library or on our website, and log their books read throughout the summer. Everyone who registers will receive a free book (available for pickup Aug. 14 – 25) and be entered into a raffle.

Kids can also participate in our fun life-size Library Land game, located throughout the Children’s Department, and our Geocaching adventure throughout Easton. Geocaching is a collaboration between the Library and the Historical Society of Easton.

Adults can log their books read on our website as well, for a chance to win a weekly prize. The adult who reads the most books will also receive a prize at the end of the summer.

And don’t forget to sign up for our “Big Summer Read” book discussion on Aug. 10 with “The Final Revival of Opal & Nevby Dawnie Walton. Multiple copies are available for checkout. This program is in collaboration with All CT Reads, an initiative of the CT State Library.

For more information about summer reading or any of our programs, visit the Library’s website at

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